Bonne Fête, Jacques!

Today, Jan. 6, is the day of Epiphany, starting a Christian season that ends right after Mardi Gras in Lent. An email message last week said the word epiphany is from the Greek epiphanein for “reveal.” A modern definition of epiphany has it as “an illuminating discovery, realization, or disclosure.”

More important to those who challenge the Executive Branch lies that make up the official narratives of “9/11,” today marks the birth in 1912 of Jacques Ellul, the French philosopher, sociologist, lay theologian and “Christian anarchist.” Ellul, who died in 1994, is best known for his works on propaganda but is virtually unknown in the United States. (His Wikipedia entry is HERE.)

His works show why and how the scores of epiphanies laying bare the falsehood of official lies, easily available online, are no match for news media organizations acting in concert to stifle them.

— Mark Channing Miller

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